A view of the Moon orbiting Earth from the side of the Moon that faces away from Earth.
According to the source video,the image by was created using Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data.
i don't think it's an actual video,but a mosaic of image.
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- Science & Space & Technologies
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Dislike with a Passion:
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- "Syndicate" Tech Bloggers = B.A.D (Bias Attention Deficit) wannabe journalist.
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